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Kazuo Ishiguro Wins The 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature
The announcement that Kazuo Ishiguro has been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature is the sort of news that makes you frown and think, wait, he...
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10 Seemingly Unrelated Books that Complement Each Other Perfectly
The literary world can like an infinite sea of ideas: walk into a bookstore and the thousands of titles on display—which are only the tip of the...
8 Books About Technology Run Amok
Technology is here to stay. Anyone who imagines they retain the basic survival skills of their forebears has never lived through an extended blackout,...
written in the stars
Literary Astrology: Libra
Suave, romantic, and easygoing, but also indecisive and sometimes gullible, Libras, born between September 23 and October 23, are the Lebowskis of the...
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Is there any teen out there who doesn’t occasionally fantasize about being sent off to school far, far away from their parents? Sure, there...
Should You Be Embarrassed to Read YA? The Best Debate on the Internet
Ruth Graham’s Slate piece, “Against YA,” has everyone asking, “is YA embarrassing?” We had to weigh in. Below, two...
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Four Great Dystopian Novels that Made it to the Big Screen
Although they can be deeply unsettling, I do love a good dystopian novel. They pinpoint the ways in which seemingly innocuous conveniences and safety...